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Stillwater has a thread - I'll try to find it

Pick two or three alternatives for HER to look into, and see which one resonates with her. The MOST IMPORTANT THING is to empower her to control her CURE.
If it were me, I would have her check on Burzynski, Gerson, and IV vitamin C first. If she does not like any of those options, then give her the whole list that stillwater created. I fear presenting the whole list first might overwhelm someone facing some very serious decisions.
Also, IMMEDIATELY see if she will do an alkalizing detox, before she does anything else. She may be able to flush enough toxins to rid herself of the lumps.
IT MAY BE NOTHING.
My mother had 2 bouts of breast cancer, so I started doing my self-exams when I was in my early 30's, and I found a lump. I had a mammogram that showed nothing, but they told me to come back in a year. By then, it was getting painful - probably from me checking it too much. Still nothing on the mammogram, but come back next year. The next year, after another negative mammogram, a wise nurse pulled me aside "There is no need to expose yourself to this risk factor, stop getting them until you are at least 40."
I appreciated it, but still had a lump, and it worried me. One day my husband said "Didn't you tell me a dog bit your boob when you were a kid?"
Indeed, I had been bitten by a dog, and the scar has moved slightly but it is pretty much where the lump is. Scar tissue.
It may be something, too. My mother refused the radiation the first time. She refused the chemo both times. She lived 30+ years after her first diagnosis, mostly due to refusing treatment and a love of blueberries.
Good luck, keep us posted.

Edit: Here's the thread. Kudos to MN and the search engine here!
http://www.dailypaul.com/226732/alternative-cancer-therapies...

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